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                        A Quiet Kind of Thunder (English Edition)
                    
                
            I Literally Cannot Wait For Everyone To Read This And Obsess Over How Good It Is Maddie Heart Full Of Books I Swallowed This In One Delicious Sitting, And I Ve Been Thinking About Steffi And Rhys Ever Since Honestly, It S Been Weeks And I M Not Over Them They Re So Well Drawn That They Feel Really Real For Me In A Way That Makes Me Want To Check In With Them For The Rest Of Their Lives Lauren James, Author Of The Next Together Beautiful, Honest And Compelling Also, One Of The Best Depictions Of Anxiety I Have Ever Read Catherine Doyle, Author Of V Endetta I Felt Like I Was Living This Book Zoella On Beautiful Broken Things I Don T Know Where To Start I D Give This Book TEN Stars If I Could I Loved Beautiful Broken Things But I Think I Love This Book Even A Brilliant Depiction Of Social Anxiety, A Swoony Subtle Love Story That Creeps Up On You, And Meticulously Researched, Respectful And Just Beautifully Written This Book Is Not Only For The Quiet Ones, But By JOVE How The Quiet Ones Will Adore This Book Holly Bourne, Author Of Am I Normal YetSteffi Doesn T TalkRhys Can T Hear. They Understand Each Other PerfectlyLove Isn T Always A Lightning Strike Sometimes It S The Rumbling Roll Of Thunder.From The Bestselling Author Of Beautiful Broken Things, Sara Barnard S A Quiet Kind Of Thunder Is Stunning Love Story About The Times When A Whisper Is As Good As A Shout.Steffi Has Been A Selective Mute For Most Of Her Life She S Been Silent For So Long That She Feels Completely Invisible But Rhys, The New Boy At School, Sees Her He S Deaf, And Her Knowledge Of Basic Sign Language Means That She S Assigned To Look After Him To Rhys It Doesn T Matter That Steffi Doesn T Talk And, As They Find Ways To Communicate, Steffi Finds That She Does Have A Voice, And That She S Falling In Love With The One Person Who Makes Her Feel Brave Enough To Use It.


5 thoughts on “ A Quiet Kind of Thunder (English Edition)

  1. Brittany Petersen Brittany Petersen says:

    Steffie Brons has battled severe anxiety her whole life Manifesting itself in selective mutism, she is often quiet, unable to speak normally around strangers or in large groups As a way to help her communicate, she has learned British Sign Language which is why when new boy Rhys, who is deaf, joins her school, she is asked to buddy with him and help him acclimate to the new enviro


  2. Rebekah Crozier Rebekah Crozier says:

    Wow this book was INCREDIBLE I think I read it at the exact right time in the right amount of speed to enjoy it the most What I really needed right now was a contemporary, and this one totally delivered.First of all, this COVER Second, this book is ultimately a British book So the characters use BSL British Sign Language instead of ASL I thought that was really interesting Plus, I loved


  3. Megan Richards Megan Richards says:

    Little victories are everything in a world where worst case scenarios are on an endless loop in your head.Steffi has been a selective mute for most of her life she s been silent for so long that she feels completely invisible But Rhys, the new boy at school, sees her He s deaf, and her knowledge of basic sign language means that she s assigned to look after him To Rhys, it doesn t matter that S


  4. Ruey Ruey says:

    This is a great book I m Deaf myself and I love how the author included several perspectives from how some teenagers and the parents would deal in the real life with anxiety and with deafness.


  5. W. Martell W. Martell says:

    Loved it.


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